Super-detailed models with model-appropriate headlights and taillights.
The car manufacturer Land Rover has been producing the vehicle of the same name since 1948, the original development of which (1947) initially benefited exclusively civilian use in agriculture. The first three model series received thereby only the simple designation series I, II and III. Only the fourth series (from 1983) was propagated under the name One Ten (110 inch wheelbase) or Ninety (90). After the introduction of the series "Discovery" in 1990, a differentiation was necessary and the original Land Rover models were called "Defender".
Also new is that after 35 years, the rigid axles are hung for the first time on coil springs instead of leaf springs. Also, the previously split windshield is replaced by a continuous disc and the wings receive a widening of plastic. The vehicle, originally developed for civilian use, was often used for rugged expeditions thanks to its robustness, so it is no wonder that the Defender can still be found in many crisis areas today. In various aid organizations and in the military, the reliable vehicle has become indispensable. Especially in private areas, the robust Land Rover is highly regarded as an off-road vehicle.
Finally, this powerhouse drives in rough N-model landscapes over hill and dale and inspires not only the miniature population. Sharp contours and detailed features make the rough, angular block a real gem. As with the model (built in 1983, One Ten), the roof is different color. The front view of the model is dominated by the large black radiator grille, in which the headlights and the finest turn signals are set off brightly.